93 grand am... that's a Pontiac product. Burn it!
what is the car make and model? I have seen many questions on Olds Intrigue. 2002 Pontiac grand prix
Temp blend door actuator malfunction.
My mom had the same problem and we added freon and it blows very cold all over now.
vacuum line from intake manifold to control unit in dash broken or disconnected
blower motor resistor
the contour has problems with the blower motor switch and the resistor. I would check the resistor connector for signs of melting.
your fuse is blown. car manufacturerers make the dash lights go off when the tail light fuse blows so you know it is blown.
the heater blows warm air when fan is on low but blows cold air when fan is turn to higher setting
sounds like your water pump ain't pumping, don't drive it till it is!. could be as simple as a new fan bewlt or might even need a pump
check you thermostat for the temp setting
As I searched the web I came to the consensus that the answer is Africa. Blows my mind, but it is true.
heater core could be plugged, also check for low coolant
How do I replace the heating coil in a 2006 Grand Caravan? I have no heat it only blows cold air.
it could be your fan motor is going to go
Check your climate control switches, and vaccuum lines. If you have electronic climate control, you probably need to have it serviced. Quite often in Grand Am's 91-2002 have had minor problems with weak linkages within the housing and routing of the climate control rod's and lines.
possibly the blend door actuator.
You are likely in an antarctic region.
It has a bad "Blower Motor Resistor" The fan switch itself is fine.
The engine fan on a 2003 Pontiac Montana works by turning on when the engine reaches a certain temperature. It then blows cool air across the radiator and engine to maintain a constant temperature.
get a new car. or better a new air con stupid
Check your repairs closely. It's possible that you have pinched the wiring harness when you bolted the starter back onto the engine block.
refill the a/c, it will blow hot air with no refrigerant in the vehicle.
ummm, i dont know for sure, so if it blows up its not my fault, but you could try blowdrying it or setting it by the heater...
Sounds like it needs a new thermostat.